[ubuntu-in] Problem with NFS Installation
vaibhao.comps at gmail.com
Sat Sep 18 14:41:03 BST 2010
Problem is solved.
I was assuming that, all daemons will be available in Kernel Source, but
actually they are available nfs-utils available on SourceForge.
In apt-get they are bundled in NFS-Kernel-Server, but I dont want to use
Thanks for your support.
2010/9/18 Ritesh Sinha <ritesh.kumar.sinha at gmail.com>
> On Fri, Sep 17, 2010 at 9:36 PM, Vaibhao Tatte <vaibhao.comps at gmail.com>
> > Hello,
> > For my project need, I need to install NFS by compiling Kernel.
> > During configuration I have checked the corresponding NFS V3 options.
> > After booting into the compiled Kernel, I am not able to run the NFS.
> > Basically daemon required for NFS are not there like rpc.mountd & few
> > other. But NFS is listed in /proc/filesystems
> NFS consists of both kernelspace and userspace components. The NFS
> support compiled into the kernel enables NFS support and in the kernel
> and nothing else. In order to use it one is required to install the
> user space _applications_ (rpc.mountd, portmap) for it to actually do
> anything useful. On Ubuntu you can install them using apt-get.
> > So I need to know the procedure for installing NFS by compiling kernel.
> > If you want any output of system, please let me know. I will paste it
> > Help in this will be highly appreciated.
> > Regards
> > Vaibhao
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